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UNESCO Model curricula for journalism education for developing countries and emerging democracies
- UNESCO project: The proposed Journalism Curricula is a generic model that can be adapted according to each country’s specific needs. It takes full cognizance of the social, economic, political and cultural contexts of developing countries and emerging democracies, highlighting the connection between democracy and journalism and arguing for a more cross-disciplinary approach within journalism training centres.
- UNESCO portal link: http://portal.unesco.org/ci/en/ev.php-URL_ID=24824&URL_DO=DO_TOPIC&URL_SECTION=201.html
- Open Training Link: http://opentraining.unesco-ci.org/cgi-bin/page.cgi?g=Detailed%2F768.html;d=1
- Bibliographic reference, 148 pages.
- Authors: Cobden, Michael; Adam, Gordon Stuart; Holm, Hans Henrik; Abu-Fadil, Magda
- Publication Year 2007
- Document code CI.2007/WS/7
- Title: Model curricula for journalism education for developing countries and emerging democracies
- Series: UNESCO series on journalism education
- Publ Year: 2007
- Author: Cobden, Michael; Adam, Gordon Stuart; Holm, Hans Henrik; Abu-Fadil, Magda
- Imprint: 2007
- Collation: 148 p.
- Original Language: English
- Other lang. series issues: Série UNESCO sur la formation au journalisme
- Main descriptors: journalist education; curriculum development; curriculum guides; developing countries
- Document code: CI.2007/WS/7
- Document Type: Unesco document
- Catalog Number: 151209
- Level: Full
- General notes: Incl. bibl.
- On line: Yes